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Midnight’s children salman rushdie key facts full title midnight’s children author salman rushdie type of work novel genre bildungsroman satire farce language english time and place written england, late 1970s and early 1980s date of first publication 1981 publisher penguin books narrator saleem sinai point. Deepa mehta, internationally acclaimed filmmaker, producer and screenwriter, will discuss her work making salman rushdie's novel midnight's children into a feature film in approaching midnight, the 2010 sheth lecture in indian studies at 5 pm sunday, feb 28 in emory law school's tull auditorium, 1301 clifton rd admission is free. Written by salman rushdie, narrated by lyndam gregory download the app and start listening to midnight's children today - free with a 30 day trial keep your audiobook forever, even if you cancel.
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